This year, Mario Day will be celebrated on March 10. Nintendo just announced new Switch promotions in anticipation of the Super Mario Bros. Film, so you can save money on a video game even if you don’t get the day off work.
Choose one of three deluxe versions of Mario games—Super Mario Odyssey, Mario Kart 8, or New Super Mario Bros. U—to add to your Mario Switch at no additional cost. Also, there are several stickers included in the collection that are themed around the new Mario film.
Nintendo’s sixth-generation console is already widely available, and most Nintendo enthusiasts probably already have one. The massive Mario Day eShop sale is perhaps much more thrilling, though.
Check out these recommendations for discounted or sale-priced books. It would be best to watch these sale dates because Nintendo’s first-party titles don’t go on sale as often as other games.
March 10 to 23
- Mario Party Superstars
- Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
- Yoshi’s Crafted World
- Luigi’s Mansion 3
March 24 to April 7
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
- Super Mario Odyssey
- New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe
- Super Mario Maker 2
- Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury
Earlier, we had written a few pieces about Mario and posted them on our site. Follow the provided links for more reading:
- Uncovering the Next Super Mario Adventure: Rumors and Leaks Exposed!
- Mario + Rabbids Sparks Of Hope Review: One Of The Best Mario Spin-offs is Called Sparks Of Hope.
It’s possible to save twenty dollars on the sixty-dollar retail price of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario Maker 2, Super Mario 3D World Plus Bowser’s Fury, and Mario Party Superstars at select brick-and-mortar stores.
Also, the $100 Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit will be discounted by $40. You must take advantage of this sale from March 5 until March 11.
Should you decide to pick up Mario Kart 8 during one of these offers, you’ll be pleased to know that on March 9, a fresh batch of downloadable content (DLC) will be released, allowing you to access even more courses if you pay for or subscribe to Nintendo’s online service.
Even though we’re stuck in a capitalist hellscape where companies make up holidays to sell us more crap, at least we can get a few bucks off Mario games now and again.
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